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Do these a/c units come with cables to plug in the inside unit into a receptacle

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They are usually powerd from the mains power board in your house on a single separated circuit braker. they rarely are plugged in from the indoor unit into a power outlet

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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    Simeon Hill Nov 09, 2010

    Are you looking to buy an air con or install it your self or just asking?

  • marcos_lamba Nov 09, 2010

    Well i am an electrician. And i take orders from other people who are civilians and they are requiring us to install the inside unit and provide the ac with a cable that has a hospital plug on them so they are able to be plugged into a receptacle.



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